If you are using the Google Chrome browser, there are several features to make your web experience more accessible.
- Page Zoom: In order to zoom in or zoom out of the currently displayed web page, you can use the following keyboard shortcuts – Zoom In (Control and + key) or to Zoom Out (Control and – key). The zoom level will be remembered for each unique domain in Chrome.
- Adjust Font and Size: you can change the size and fonts used throughout the web by going to Chrome Settings >> More Settings >> Web content >> Select your preferences and Save your options.
- Adjust Contrast: To adjust the contrast in Google Chrome, you’ll want to install an extension by going to High Contrast Extension and clicking Add to Chrome. Then click on the Contrast icon in the top right corner of your browser and select your options.
- Keyboard Access: Google Chromes has full keyboard access features. Go to their Keyboard Access page for more details.
- Additional Features: Google Chrome also offers a wide selection of free extensions to add to your browser to aid in accessibility. Visit the Extensions store for more information.
For more information about Accessibility with the Google Chrome browser, visit the Products and Features page.